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More than 50 people, including members of the RTA Board of Directors, city and county lawmakers and community partners, attended the April 8 groundbreaking ceremony for the Vine Street Mobility Hub. That means construction has officially begun on the hub, which is expected to open in the spring of 2023 with 16 bus bays, a community plaza, shade structures and plenty of greenspace. There will also be attractive amenities like seating areas, information kiosks and real-time messaging signs so people can know exactly when their next bus will arrive. While the project itself is something to marvel at, it’s also important to know that projects like the Vine Street Mobility Hub are part of a broader vision for a thriving, prospering and dynamic community. During the groundbreaking, RTA’s Chairman of the Board Zak Schwank said the future mobility hub — and others like it in Perris, Temecula, and Corona — are helping RTA create a transit system that will enrich our quality of life for years to come. “During a particularly dark period in our nation’s history, it’s always uplifting to be part of something new,” he said. “When this hub opens, it will propel our ongoing efforts to connect people with their jobs, with their schools, with their families and loved ones.”

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